Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Telkom University has conducted online lectures for all students including new international students. It is expected that after the Covid-19 pandemic begins to subside and the Indonesian government has opened access and services for international students, we will gladly welcome international students' on-campus studies.
The Information Systems Study Program is one of the study programs in the School of Industrial Engineering-Telkom University, Indonesia that consists of 2 domains, namely Business and Technology. Information Systems bridges the gap between technical components (information and communication technology) and non-technical components (business and management) so that graduates from the Information Systems study program will have Technology competency and Business competence. The Information Systems study program emphasizes how to utilize information and communication technology (ICT) to solve problems faced by a business or organization and can provide an evaluation of the strategic value of the use of ICT in achieving organizational goals.
What Will You Learn?
Information Systems students will learn a lot about business functions in organizations, how to model and improve business processes, conduct analysis, and design to create information systems needed by organizations. In addition, they will have the ability to think critically, analytically, communicate well and have professional ethics.
The learning materials of the International Information System are delivered in English, including lectures, internships, exams, theses, trials, scientific publications. Students are also provided some international programs such as mobility programs (edutrip, student exchange, or short course programs) and international certifications related to Information systems. In addition, there will be an English Synergy Program to improve their English from the Language Center in the 1 year.
What Will You Become?
The table below shows the Profile of Telkom University Information System Graduates
Information System Developer
Graduates of Telkom University Information Systems have the ability to analyze, design, create, test, implement and evaluate Information Systems to meet business needs in a competitive global environment.
Graduates of Telkom University Information Systems have the ability to analyze data, design, build, maintain, and integrate databases, and provide recommendations for system improvement.
Graduates of Telkom University Information Systems have the ability to analyze business processes and data, integrate all system components to implement information system-based solutions, measure IT utilization performance, identify possible risks in IT utilization, design recommendations to adjust IT usage according to the organization's business needs.
Graduates of Telkom University Information Systems have the ability to be entrepreneurs who are able to design and develop innovation-based businesses by utilizing IT as a solution in solving problems in society.
Graduates of Telkom University Information Systems have the ability to continue their studies to the master level education.
Starting this odd semester 2020/2021, Telkom University, especially the School of Industrial Engineering, is implementing the 2020 Curriculum which refers to the Outcome-Based Education (OBE) framework. The 2020 curriculum design was made with the aim of:
Anticipating the development of industrial revolution 4.0, by adding new literacy, namely human literacy, data literacy, and technological literacy.
Strengthening industry engagement by realizing the WRAP Program (Work Ready Program) in the form of internship, entrepreneurship, and research-ship.
Strengthening digital learning methods based on student-centered learning by developing blended learning, flipped learning, and distance learning.
Recognizing students' community development and innovation activities by involving in Student Creativity Week activities, Thematic Real Work Lectures, national or international competitions, certification, and other equivalents.
Implementing the learning process of "Merdeka Belajar-Kampus Merdeka", where students are given the freedom to take learning credits outside the study program, which can be taken from outside the study program in a university and or outside the university.
All of this aims to produce graduates with the ability to think, problem-solve, and interact across the globe according to the vision of the School of Industrial Engineering.